Sensitivity of teeth is found among people who take Metformin, especially for people who are female, 60+ old also take medication Synthroid, and have Diabetes mellitus . We study 41,586 people who have side effects while taking Metformin from FDA and social media. Among them, 15 have Sensitivity of teeth. Find out below who they are, when they have Sensitivity of teeth and more.
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Metformin has active ingredients of metformin hydrochloride. It is often used in diabetes. (latest outcomes from Metformin 117,555 users)
Sensitivity of teeth has been reported by people with diarrhea, glossodynia, fatigue, hypothyroidism (latest reports from 1,686 Sensitivity of teeth patients).
On Aug, 20, 2016
41,586 people reported to have side effects when taking Metformin.
Among them, 15 people (0.04%) have Sensitivity Of Teeth
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Hi group! I have been on pain mgmt for about 4 years. Percice (oxycondone) and baclofen (a muscle relaxer) I go monthly to a pain clinic. Have had many facet joint injections (neck pain on my sole problem) and radio frequency ablations. (neck) Having said all that; here is my "issue." I was diagnosed with borderline type 2 Diabetes a month ago. I am on 500mg if Metformin once a day. (It's only my A1C. It is 6.5.) Anyway, I just got back from my monthly pain clinic appointment, and lo and behold...they told me that my last pee test showed NO percocet! (Pain clinics make you take a pee test each month to make sure that you are taking your meds and not selling them or something.) I NEVER miss my scheduled dose of my pain meds. So, my last pee test basically said that I was NOT taking my meds! That is the farthest thing from the truth!!! Now, I am on protocol, as they call it, and have to go in every 2 weeks for a pee test to ensure that I'm taking my percocet. I feel awful about this because it looks like I am a liar or something. It's like my credibility it shot now. I am wondering if the Metformin is somehow showing that I am not taking my oxycondone (percocet). I mean, I have never had a pee test come back like this the entire 4 years that I have been going to this clinic. I just don't understand this. My first reaction to this news from the doctor was asking if they were sure that it was MY pee! Now, every 2 weeks for four straight pee tests, they have to come back as that I AM taking my meds. Well, I was all along, and then suddenly, it was not in my system for the last pee test! How can this be? Needless to say, I am very upset about this. Mostly because it looks like I am being dishonest. Which I am totally NOT!!
I just began taking Metformin 500mg 2 time per day. I am also taking fast acting Apidra insulin. I have not had diabetes for long only about 5 months. I was taking novomix 30/70 however, it wasn't working for spikes so i switched to the Apidra pen and Metformin. After being on this regime for ...
I started taking this drug on Wednesday the 22nd. No symptoms, but today I'm experience very bad flank pain on one side. My wife is worried of course, and she googled Metformin and back pain, and there were quite a few posts about it. What do I do? I plan to call my doctor in the morning.
How do I get rid of the huge rash on my legs which I think is from Metformin? The rash on my arms which covered an area about 3" x 8" went away with steroid cream from the dermatologist. Nothing helps the rash on my legs which is round or oval-shaped red ar, rough areas. Very red, dry and ...
Hi group! I have been on pain mgmt for about 4 years. Percice (oxycondone) and baclofen (a muscle relaxer) I go monthly to a pain clinic. Have had many facet joint injections (neck pain on my sole problem) and radio frequency ablations. (neck) Having said all that; here is my "issue." I was ...
Just started taking Metformin about a month ago and I started getting pain in my right ankle. It them moved into my left toe. A little swelling, redness and can't touch it without major pain. I pity all of you that have endured this for any length of time. Going to the Dr. soon but wanted to ...
hello I am a Marine corps Vet. I have been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes, i was taking Metformin but have severe allergic reaction to it so I stopped. I did a hair follicle test for my job on 7/20, on 7/25 they said i was positive for opiates, I had a re confirmation done and again it came ...
Doing this on behalf of my dad (69yo) whom is unable to communicate coherently now since he met in a brain trauma accident on 8th August 2016 and started on metformin again and has many hallucinations n a few othe sides effects from the meds, which I would like to find answers or at least some ...
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